The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) is committed to improving quality of life for all by pursuing discoveries through fundamental research, inventing sustainable technologies, and advancing cures for disease areas such as inflammation, cancer, pain and infectious disease. Since 2000, the IMB has earned a reputation as one of the Asia Pacific region's leading research institutes seeking to develop pharmaceutical and cellular therapies, technologies and diagnostics to prevent or treat such diseases.  The IMB is a multidisciplinary research institute, housing approximately 450 research staff across four major divisions: Genomics and Computational Biology; Molecular Genetics and Development; Molecular Cell Biology; and Chemistry and Structural Biology.

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